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 Tuesday, January 13, 2009 IssueFaculty/Staff E-Newsletter
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Show your school spirit this Friday, Jan. 16 as CU-Boulder kicks off “Spirit Fridays.” Students, staff and faculty are invited to show their dedication to CU-Boulder in any way they choose, such as wearing black, silver and gold. The new tradition is not related directly to athletics, but rather is centered in “finding our vital points of connection to CU and making sure they stay strong,” according to Chancellor G.P. “Bud” Peterson. For more information about “Spirit Fridays,” watch for the news release on the News Center website. (Family Weekend photo by Casey A. Cass/University of Colorado)


SpotlightStudents make amends through Restorative Justice
The Restorative Justice program at CU-Boulder has come a long way since 1999, when CU became the first university in the nation to begin a pilot program offering students who got themselves into trouble a chance to make amends with injured parties while avoiding court. More >>

Visiting Artist Program brings contemporary artists to campus
Since 1972, the Visiting Artist Program has been bringing established and emerging artists to campus to discuss their work in public lectures and to offer individual critiques to art students. More >>

Providing lessons in sustainable practices
For Geoff Rubinstein, it made perfect sense to establish a sustainability program within the Division of Continuing Education and Professional Studies at the University of Colorado at Boulder. More >>

Student Perspective: Shape up for the new year
Spring semester is a chance for students to start fresh, try new activities, make new friends and keep New Year's resolutions. More >>

Faculty Focus
Our faculty are a source of great pride and bring a world of expertise, experimentation and excellence to our students and our community. Meet Keith Maskus, a professor in the Department of Economics. More >>

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Dr. G.P. "Bud" Peterson

Empowering Student Success

Guest Columnist Julie M. Wong, Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs

Our students will not only succeed in their chosen field, they will become involved in their community and eventually be leaders in their new environment. More >>


Awards and Kudos

  • Professor Bob Sievers receives 2008 ACS Astellas Award
  • Professor Marty Bickman awarded the 2008-2009 Thomas Jefferson Award
  • Professor Brian Hynek recognized with AIAA award
  • Jason Katzman designated Certified Collegiate Retailer
  • Allison Hartel highlighted in The College Store Magazine's "21 Under 40"
  • Midnight Breakfast volunteers contribute to a huge success
  • CU-Boulder selected as one of the "Best Value Colleges for 2009" by The Princeton Review
  • Serving Communities Award solicitation
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Did You Know
  • CU @ The Boulder Public Library Series: "The Economic Crisis and You"
  • Martin Luther King, Jr. Day Celebration, Jan. 19
  • An Evening With Art Spiegelman, Jan. 25
  • Call for proposals: Building Inclusiveness at CU
  • Save the Date! 14th Annual Diversity Summit, Feb. 16-17
  • Arts and Sciences launches e-magazine
  • The Preprofessional Advising Office has moved
  • Career Services new extended hours
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